For Readers (Resource Category)

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Play the National Book Tokens ‘Find the book titles’ game for a chance to win a year’s supply of books

National Book Tokens have come up with a bookish brain-teaser for you, they’ve hidden the titles of 20 books in their interactive game. Play for your chance to win a year’s supply of books.

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Holocaust Memorial Day downloadable resources

If you’re planning your involvement in Holocaust Memorial Day 2018, these downloadable resources might help. 

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The National Literacy Trust’s ‘Reading for pleasure in Key Stage 2 and 3’ (course)

This course is for teachers of Key Stages two and three. As expressed by OFSTED and shown in the National Literacy Trust’s research, reading for pleasure is an important aspect of literacy and can impact on attainment in other areas too.

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Creative Youth Network’s ‘zine making workshop

This September, Creative Youth Network have partnered with Bristol Comic & Zine fair to bring you workshops with professional illustrators and zine creators. Design your own zine to sell at this year’s fair taking place at The Station on 7th October.

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Reading Well for Young People ‘Shelf-Help’

We’d like to share the Reading Well for Young People book list

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‘Walk With Me’ Reading App from Kneehigh Productions

This week, we’ve discovered Kneehigh Productions’ reading app Walk With Me which is designed to tell stories in a new way.

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Arts Council England’s ‘More Than Just a House for Books’ Podcast Series

Here at Literature Works we love libraries and so, when we came across Arts Council England’s podcast series exploring the role of libraries in our modern lives, we just knew we had to let you know about them!

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South West Region of Readers

This year, our annual Reading Passport project is teaming up with South West Region of Readers to bring you exciting new content in digital format and through the libraries’ Shared Reading Groups.

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Amnesty International Words That Burn: explore human rights and express yourself through poetry

The Words That Burn project will support teachers and secondary students to explore human rights and express themselves through poetry.

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It’s Women in Translation Month, Check out The Reading Agency’s Women in Translation Book List

August is Women in Translation month, check out The Reading Agency’s Women in Translation book list and get started on discovering some great works in translation authored by women.

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